BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Jul 12, 1911

Item Metadata

Download

Media
princero-1.0227769.pdf
Metadata
JSON: princero-1.0227769.json
JSON-LD: princero-1.0227769-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): princero-1.0227769-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: princero-1.0227769-rdf.json
Turtle: princero-1.0227769-turtle.txt
N-Triples: princero-1.0227769-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: princero-1.0227769-source.json
Full Text
princero-1.0227769-fulltext.txt
Citation
princero-1.0227769.ris

Full Text

Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
July 12.
a..* TEMP     HIN.TElll>.    UAH.        IN. RAIN
KU) 44.0    30.883
The Daily News
/,
J % ^yfr >
NEAT MAIL^    ,
Koiu; -North
/
i   .
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
* rytt' uuni<o v    ,
^^*e/s��       "ea Mar^.. r.^Thurn^y p.mSSy
1    ���^e.^'^aSS^. ^
Princt'-y Xrida*. 8 a.m.
I
VOL. II, NO. 155
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, July 12. 1911.
Price Five Cents
AT Ft
L7if3
*U  CACA
Tnl    Tnl
JLJl   iy
GREAT DISTRICT IN ONTARIO SWEPT BY BUSH FIRES
OLD QUEBEC TURNED OUT
TO HONOR SIR WILFRID
  i
Civic Reception Was Held in His Honor Yesterday���
The Premier Made a Magnificent Speech in Reply���Capital City Will Also Give a Civic
Welcome to the Premier
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Quebec, July 12.���Following the
example of Montreal, the ancient
city of Quebec last night accorded
;i grand reception to Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, congratulating him on his
magnificent services at the Im-
penal Conference and at the Cor-
onation in London. The streets
were decorated, and the occasion
was made a fete day for the cel-
lir.uioii of Quebec's greatest son.
Banquet at Night
At night at the Chateau Fron-
tenac .1 great banquet was held
WHALING VESSEL'S
VALUABLE CARGO
IA Hundred and Fifty Thousand
Dollars Worth of Ambergris
Got off These Coasts This
Month.
Whaling on these coasts looks
llike a profitable venture. The
other day the Canadian Northern
Pacific Fisheries Company's freighter IVtriana, Captain Shadforth,
It.Hik soulh a very rich cargo, con-
iMsling of a considerable amount
|i'f ambergris, which was found
|in ;i sperm whale taken by one of
Ithe whaling steamers, and which
ft worth about 8150,000.
According to the officers on the
ITees, the canneries on the west
���coasl arc now busily engaged in
|pri-|i;iring the salmon for shipment
"nd that the run of fish is excellent. At the Uchucklesit cannery the output so far is ��1,500
[cases, and if the run of salmon
continues as good as it is at present
thc west coast dinners will reap
f large harvest at thc close of the
K-llsi HI.
In the   Tall Timbers"
lundrcds are leaving for the
jWoodi now. If you are one of
jtheni make sure of dry feet and
���comfort. Scott, Froud & Co. have
l*vcr.i| splendid lines of boots
li11*-' in, made especially for wet
'I hard use.
at which complimentary speeches
were made. Reference was made
to thc fact that the day marked
the fifteenth anniversary of the
call to Sir Wilfrid to become
Premier of Canada. In response
to the toast of his health, proposed
by the Mayor, Sir Wilfrid delivered an inspiring address.
Ottawa Will Celebrate
This morning Sir Wilfrid left
for Ottawa, whore on Thursday,
the Ottawa City Council will also
tender him a complimentary reception and welcome home.
POACHERS AFTER
THE SALMON
Steamer Phoenix Arrives at Victoria with News of Fish Pirates' Exploits.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, July 12.���The steamer
tug Phoenix has just arrived from
Finlay, Durham and Brodics with
news that a number of (ish pirates
are actively engaged in a raid on
the salmon traps at the Cordon
River. The pirates tied up the
spillar and lifted a large number
of fish from the traps.
C.N.R. ANNOUNCE
A SETTLEMENT
Winnipeg Machinists Will Now
Get Forty-five Cents an Hour
and a Fifty Hour Week.
Winnipeg, July 12.���A settlement of the labor trouble between
the C. N. R. and its machii is.s
was announced here today. Under
the now agreement the company
will increase the wage from forty-
two and a half to forty-five cents
per hour for a fifty hour week.
Twelve hundred men will benefit
by the increase.
For rent after July 31st, basement in Hclgerso - Block now
occupied by William Grant. Apply
O. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
|A TERRIBLE WINDSTORM
VISITS HAMILTON, 0NT.
.Blew the Roof Off the General Hospital, Demolished a
Wing of the Boy's Home, Wrecked Athletic
Club's Grand Stand and Killed a Man
Named H. Garfield
ll
Mian Press Despatch)
l*"'<i-'<iiin accompanied by lightn-
PJ'K Visited here last night  with
"foils consequences.   Coming
."*" the mountains by Burlington
ryj ���* atom. Unroofed the Hos-
,   ' blcw down the grand stand
* ,hl'   .thletlc   field,  and  des-
l"-"' a large number of  plate
1"v- *ini|.,W8 in the city.
Wrecked Boys' Home
I In b, rcc
(1 a wing
j **-   havoc   with   the   electric
,in,l telephone wires, and
',   '.'" '.'"' dead, of a man named
,arl*ri<l, who was electrocuted
' gale completely wreck-
���f the Boys' Home.   It
by a  live  wire  which   the  gale
blcw down upon him.
Patients Alarmed
A panic was narrowly averted
in the hospital among the patients,
who feared when the roof was
blown down that the building
would collapse and kill them. Fortunately thc crowds had left the
athletic field before the gale arrived, or a great loss of life would
have occurred.
Look out for the special films
that will be shown at the Phenix
Theatre next Wednesday. Good
vaudeville and pictures toniRht.
Little Town of Cochrane, at Junction of the G. T. P. and T. and
N. 0. Railways is Completely Destroyed���Every Mining
Camp from Dome to Whitney is in Ruins���Feared That Many
Settlers and Miners are Lost---Death Toll from Porcupine is
Seven���Two Towns are on Fire in Michigan���$40,000
Blaze at Port Moody Saw Mills.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Cobalt, July 12.���The town of
Cochrane was entirely wiped out
by lire which visited this place
last night. Practically every building in town is destroyed, including
two banks, the railway station
and the various stores. A scene
of desolation and ruin is on every
hand.
A Chain of Burned Towns
The fate of Cochrane has lieen
shared in by almost every mining
camp and town along the Tcmis-
kaming and Ontario right of way.
South Porcupine, Potisvillc, and
every mining camp from Dome to
Whitney is now a heap of smoldering ruins. From Nortii Bay onward for a distance of throe hundred miles, the countryside has
been burned over, and prospectors
and settlers arc in a desperate
plight.
Started with Bush Fire
The fire started with a bush fire
nortii of Norlh Bay. After the
intense heat and dryness of thc
past month, the bush became like
a piece of timber. 11 is probable
that a spark from an engine
smouldered for some time and then
started the blaze. Once it started
there was no stopping it.    Before
its rapid march everyone had io
flee to the lakes.
Seven Deaths Reported
In their haste to osc;i|K- from
the awful llames, four miners, all
foreigners are known to have Iktu
drowned at Porcupine, while three
others who tarried were burned to
death. How many of the settlers
antl prospectors have iiorislicd may
never lie known. The country is
heavily timbered, and a fire once
started in a dry season cannot be
overtakon. The limltcr loss will
lie enormous.
Blow to Cochrane
The blow sustained by the town
of Cochrane is n hard one. Situated in the great northern Ontario
clay In-lt, at the junction of the
('���rand Trunk Pacific and the
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, the little town was
the headquarter.', for the northern
settlers. Irs future was bright.
It had a pushing itoard of Trade
and many manufacturers had recently located there. A large
number of young families had
located there, and its school was
one of the features of the town.
The place was named in honor
of Hon. Frank Cochrane, Minister
of Mines for the Ontario Government.
Fire at Port Moody
Vancouver, July 12.���A serious
lire broke out at the Emerson
saw mill at Port Moody yesterday
afternoon, destroying the kiln and
valuable lumber and an adjoining
boarding house. At one time the
flames wore so bad that it was
feared that the town would be
doomed to destruction. Thc loss
has boon appraised at $40,000.
Michigan Towns on Fire
Bay City, Michigan, July 12.���A
fearful fire is reported to be
raging seventy-six miles north of
here, by which the town of Oscada
is in ruins, conplctoly destroyed
by fire. The eighteen hundred
unhabitanta are homeless and without food. Everything they had
was lost in the fire, and it is
rumored that several lives wort-
lost.
Tlu* llantos have now spread
to Au Sable, a larger town across
the river. Like Oscada it has
little provision for fighting the
ll.lines, and it is feared that the
place is doomed to follow the fate
of its sister town. Help is being
ni-lii il in along the railway in an
effort tO save the place from total
destruction.
CONTRACTORS MUST NOT USE CITY PLANT
Through City Solicitor Peters
Supt. of Works MacNeil, and
Magistrate Carss a very severe
warning is issued to all contractors to differentiate carefully
between their own plant and that
of the public works department
which may be left near their
contracts. Supt. of Works McNeil states that all city rails liear
a private mark.
Case Today
Before Magistrate Carss this
morning S. H. Watson appeared
in connection with the matter
of   the   steel   rails   missed   from
city stock by the Superintendent
of Works, and traced to Watson's
contract. The rails were marked
and so recognised. Fish plates
and spikes were also included in
the material appropriated.
The sum and substance of the
case was given by City Solicitor
Peters who said that the investigation of the Superintendent
of Works lefi no doubt as to the
identity of the rails, etc., City
Solicitor Peters stated thai Mr.
Watson had explained the matter,
admitting without dispute that
he  had   taken   the   rails without
authority knowing them to be
city property. Mr. Watson, however, had thought that as ho was
engaged on a city contract he
might tako the rails and use them
temporarily, paying if necessary
for the use of them or purchasing
I hem outright.
Injudicious Action
Mr. Watson saw now that bis
action had been a most injudicious
one. He was prepared to admit
himself wrong, pay any expenses
necessary, and be more careful
in future. On these considerations
the case was allowed to drop.
WERE FOULLY MURDERED
ON THEIR BRIDAL BED
Young Archie Coble and his Seventeen Year Old Bride
Were the Victims of Some Insanely Jealous
Monster���Found  With Their Heads
Smashed in by an Axe
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Tacoma. July 12.���One of the
most brutal and mystifying murders in the annals of the state of
Washington came to light this
morning when the deatl bodies of
Archie Coble and his young bride
Nettie were found, horribly mutilated in their bridal bod. The
only explanation that can be given
is that it is the work of some
person insanely jealous of the
young couple's happiness.
Murdered in Night
Young Coble was only twenty-
live years of ago, and his girl-wife
but seventeen. They had been
married yesterday, and had gone
to their little home at Rainier,
thirty miles from Tacoma.   When
visitors called this morning to
offer their congratulations, they
received no response. At last
some of their friends wont into
thc cottage to see what was the
mat'ier. To their horror they
saw thc young couple in their bed
with their heads smashed in.
Left Bloody Axe
A heavy double bitted axe,
smeared with blood, ahd been left
by the murderer. It bore mute
testimony to the manner in which
the murder had been carried out.
The neighborhood is greatly excited over the tragedy and the
police are at work on thc theory
that the murder has been carried
out by someone insanely jealous
of  the  young  couple.
SIX PERISH IN
TRAIN WRECK
THE TWELFTH
IN TORONTO
Collision on Oregon Trunk Line
Near   Dalles   Kills  Several
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Dalles, Oregon, July 12.���So far
six fatalities have marked the death
list of the wreck on the Harriman
Oregon Trunk Line last night.
Other deaths are feared among
those who are seriously injured.
atl~aall~aa I 1 11 'I   11  '** I I 'a, a. I    sail    a. II    >     I
BASEBALL SCORES
WORKMAN KILLED AT GOVERNMENT WHARF
J.  Stussi  Fell  From a Crane a Distance of Thirty  Feet and Never Recovered
Consciousness���Was Employed by Westholme Lumber Company
Northwestern League
Vancouver 12, Tacoma 11; eleven innings.
Spokane 10, Portland 1.
Victoria 7, Seattle 4.
National League
Chicago (i, Brooklyn 2.
Cincinnati 8, Philadelphia 12.
Pittsburg 13, Now York 4.
American League
Now York 8, St. Louis 3.
Boston 0, Chicago 4.
Washington 1, Cleveland 2.
Philadelphia 8, Detroit 14.
Pacific Coast League
Vernon 1, Portland 0.
Oakland 0, San Francisco 0.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
Orange Lodges Celebrated the
Day With Procession Talk-
fest and a Picnic.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 12.���Great celebrations were carried out in honor
of the day by the Orangemen of this
city. All the Provincial Grand
Masters were present, and a gigantic parade through the principal streets was held. It is estimated that over seven thousand
Orangemen, most of them in fancy
uniforms took part. There were
a large number of bands, mounted
men, carriages and decorated floats
in the procession.
The procession finished up in
front of the Parliament buildings
where speeches were uindlgcd in.
Among the principal speakers were
Dr. Sprouls, Mayor Geary and
Controller Hockon. This afternoon a gigantic picnic and sports
will bo held at Exhibition Park.
THE   LAST   ROLL  CALL
British   Army  Veteran   Drops
Dead on a Sreattle Steet
Seattle, July 12.���George Wilkinson, a veteran of the British
Army who has lived for some time
in Seattle, dropped down dead on
the street here today.
j. Stussi, an employee of the
Westholme Lumber Co., died at
the general hospital at 12.30 1*0*
dat from injuries received at his
work this morning. Deceased was
engaged at or on a crane at the
wharf at thc Westholme Co.'s
yards, and the first accounts of
the accident are to the effect that
Stussi was engaged on the cr.>nc
and fell from it to the ground.
Legs and Ribs Broken
That he was seriously hurt
was realised at once, and he was
rushed to the hospital where Dr.
Kcrgin did everything possible
to save his life. Within an hour
of bis arrival in the ward, however,
Stussi was dead. The Westholme
Lumber Co.'s Office at noon staled
in reply to enquiries as to how
the accident happened that they
did not know. Enquiry of the
hospital five minutes later elicited
the fact that the man had been
dead fifteen minutes. The accident happened a little after
eleven o'clock.
How Accident Happened
Investigation shows that the
unfortunate man was up in the
air thirty feet on the pile placing
crane at the time of the accident.
He lost his balance and fell to the
ground, striking a pile of lumber
with   great   fore.-.     Mis   injuries
Included a broken thigh, a broken
hip, and internal injuries, lie was
unconscious when picked up, and
died without regaining consciousness. He was rushed into the
hospital, arriving there within five
minutes of the accident,
New Stretcher Used
Only a day or two ago Managing   Secretary   Wright   of   the
General Hospital had placed one
of   the   new   stretchers   at   the
Westholme Lumber Co.'s premises!
and no time was lost in having the
injured man convcted with a fair
degree of comfort to the hospital.
The Pony Express oar was used as
an ambulance.
Il may be your turn next. It
matters not how up-to-date antl
efficient the lire lighting apparatus
is, if you are not insured you are
not fully protected as much as is
humanly possible. Sec the Mack
Realty   A   Insurance   Co.     Their
Policies stand for the promptest
possible settlement Ol claim.
Where to Go
D0UKH0B0RS AT NELSON
ARE IN TROUBLE AGAIN
This Time They Have Conscientious Objection to Giving the Census Enumerator Any Information���
Are Probably Afraid  it  ia a Scheme to
Give Them Military Service
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, July 12.���The troubles
which the authorities on the prairies had with the Doukhobors
is likely to be rcpreatcd here over
the taking of the census. A strong
colony of them exists on the low.r
Arrow Lake, where they are v -
gaged in the fruit and jam i-.-
dttstry.
Will Not Tell Anything
When   the  census enumerators
Ave.
EMPRESS THEATRE. Second
Pictures nnil Music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   Third
PictureB and Bongs, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Ave.in.-;
Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
Ave;
have proved of no avail, so the
enumerators have returned to procure a strong body of men to
enforce the law in the colony
and in. kc the men give the roil., irid Information,
Will Arrest Them
li   is  reported  that the  Doukhobors number over one thousand.
Preparations are  being  made  to
arrest ar d Imprison all wbo refuse
b formation.    It is supposed tbat
reluctance  to speak  is  not
called to take the census, they I ^ ., C(m8C-cnt-OU8 objection
were met with a sullen, obstinateL0 lcll thcir business as a tear
refusal to give any information, I that thc authorities arc numbering
or even allow the colony to be I them in order to select some for
numbered.   Reason and argument' military service. THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Daily, 50c per month, or $5.00 pur year, in advance.
Wekkly, $2.00 per year. Outside CxNADA-Daily, $8.00 per year; Weekly,
$2.50 per year, strictly in uilvance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.    Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New Yuhk ���National Newspaper Bureau, 219 Eaat 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle   Puget Sound News Co.
Loniion, England���The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
ANVIL CHORUS
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience."���Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Wednesday. July 12
CANADA'S WELCOME TO SIR WILFRID
The princely reception accorded Sir Wilfrid Laurier at Montrea'
on Monday, after his return from Great Britain, was a well deserved
one. There is little a country can do to express iis appreciation of
a great man's services. Even an Illuminated St. Lawrence, and decorated streets, flattering though they may be to the natural vanity
of most men, mean little as pageantry to one whose years have been
spent in public life and public ceremony. As compared with the
gorgeous pageantry of Empire the Premier bad witnessed and taken
part in at London, it is quite possible that tile Montreal affair looked
rather shabby-genteel. It would lie only the sincerity that lay behind
this dumb way of showing appreciation to a national leader, that would
appeal to Sir Wilfrid's heart. For the Montreal welcome, was fortified by the gratitude and admiration of the whole Dominion.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's work for Canada has been a great one,
requiring in exceptional degree rare qualities of intellect and spirit.
Above all it required a rich display of that talent of talents���tact.
With two races in the Dominion, speaking different tongues, and
with different national ideals. Sir Wilfrid has stood between them,
holding each by the hand, enjoying the conficdenco of each, and loading
each to understand the other bettor. It is one of the highest tributes
to Sir Wilfrid, that the British-Canadian finds it hard to think of
him as In ing a French-Canadian.
The service that Sir Wilfrid Laurier has rendered the people of
Cam da in bringing the two races together, is one that cannot be
estimated by any of our standards of measurement. All we can say
is that had he not been at the helm of Canada during the past fifteen
years���it is fifteen years ago yesterday since he came to power���
the history of Canada might have lieen vastly different.
.\nd the work which Sir Wilfrid Laurier has performed in fusing
the two races of Canada tt gether, has boon duplicated by him in
bis work of consolidating the Imperial sentiment, and binding Canada
more closely t<> the Motherland. Ii was his act in despatching British
troops to South Africa that galvanised the Imperial spirit into life
ten years ago; it was hi-, magnetic personality and eloquent voice
more than any other .hat dominated the deliberations of the recent
Imperial Conference of Premiers.
In returning to Canada to the sweltering heat of Parliament Hill
in July, it is to continue the work of cementing the nations. This
time it is to establish the strongest bonds of peace���commercial bonds���
with the great nation to the south of our international boundary.
That Canada will, if called on, endorse the groat prosperity-making
and peace-ensuring project of her great Premier, is beyond question.
The Canadian people are behind their great leader in his work of
bringing peace and prosperity to Canada.
As soon as man
Acquires a roll,
The world declares
He has no soul.
���Birmingham Age-Herald
As soon as a man
Acquires renown,
The world begins to
Run him down.
���Detroit  Pree Press
As soon as a man
Ties up for life,
The world exclaims
"His poor, poor wife!"
*������Youngstown Telegram
As soon as man
Tries politics,
His friends exclaim
"He's up to tricks!"
���Los Angeles Express
When any man
Achieves success,
The world remarks,
"Twas luck, I guess."
���Chicago Record-] lerald
But When a man
Is down and out,
The world remarks,
"That lazy lout!"
���Toronto Star
But when that man
Is in his shroud,
The world will praise him
Long and loud.
���Prince Rupert  New
THE EVENING CORSET
JOTTINGS
The I'oet Sabine is dead, this is the sad news that comes from
Toronto. While he lived, the Poet Sabine, ensured that no political
meeting in the Queen City was dull. As a poet he was worse than
Austin, but bis eager personality, his ludicrous interjections, and his
heckling in rhyme were features of every political campaign.
Very Comfortable Yet Preserves
a Pretty Contour
New evening corsets that lit
ind inclose the figure like an
armor are said to be extremely
comfortable. Made of silk-woven
jersey cloth as pliable as a glove,
and as strong as satin, they art-
cut very low above the bib.
Aside from the front steel and
the support for the back lacing,
they are practically boneless; only
one bone is placed ai each side.
over the hips. The corset lengthens to the knees shaping into a
leg, open on the inside: an elastic
strap set hall-way between thigh
and knee holds it abom the leg;
the lacing lxmes reach to the
I lower edge, curving with the body.
This corset aims to preserve the
slender silhouette, nothing being
I worn over it except the trifle of
'lace ar.d ribbon that serves for a
cache-corset. Instead of the usual
narrow colored ribbons used for
service, and in ihe adornment
of this garment, wide ribbons are
worn, banding it and drawing it
into the slicmec of dedcoration of
the soft, transparent corsage.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
A pleasing incident is recorded from Peterboro.   As  Dr. John
Clifford, the British Baptist laid the corner stone of the new Murray
Street Baptist Church, the chimes from St. John's .-\nglican church
rang out, "The Churrh's i im- Foundation." "1 accept it as a prophecy
of the union of all lhe churches in the time to come," said the preacher.
The opponents of reciprocity are getting hard up for arguments.
At Mr. R. I.. Borden- meeting at Lacombe, the organisers had .1
Morin.m from Utah on hand to utter a cryptic message against reciprocity. The press reports add "The Mormon farmer was not taken
seriously by the audience, and his pronouncement and demeanor did
not bear evidence of any large amount of sanity." The fact remains,
however, lhat in the opinion of the promoters of the meeting, the
cryptic one from Utah was considered competent to lead them.
The Daily News
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS and KMIlALMEIlR
Funeral  Dlrrctur.
3rd Ave. near 6th St. I'honc No. --���
Skeuna Land District���District "t Coiisl llnni!0 I
Tako notico Una Uonry Muniriii.-y "1 I'r"1���
Rupert, U. c.. occupation mlnnr, llitonua t�� MIPjlj
lor permission to purchase lbs followim! ilt-scrltiuo
Inn.is:
I'.miiiiirni-iiiit at a post plmm-d on tin' auuili
ui.!,1 ol Kxchumsilta liiver, about 9 !-'- 'nil.'4 ,rl,m
Iti cunllunnco with tho Skuoim li.Ia.-r ami abuul
1-2 miloa woat Irom Exchumaika rapi.le. Ili.-nw ��
chains north, thunco 4(1 chiiliis Bait, tln-nc* to
chains south, thonco 40 chains wost lo point ��
commoncemont, containing 820 u.*r,vri nOTI t,r
leas. I'ost markoil "1I.M. SW. cur." ���,.,....
Uulod April 22, 1911. HEN11Y MACUv.'Nl".
I'uh. April tl.
Skrena Land Mlatrlct���District u( ijuii-ii Chorions
Islands ���      .,
Take notloa thst Goo. II. Lsut "1 Princ* ltupa*".
U. On occupation harbor, lnt.ni.l-. to ���PPU'iJrS
ivurmUrilun to purchaso tho laUOaiOl iluscrluo.1
landa:
Commencing at a poat plnnt.sl about ativvtii
miloa woat and ono mllo soulh Irum Urn moultl
ol Stunly Creek, Nadun Harbor, limn.-" a.��n'> -^
chains, thunco wost 40 chains, thane. nftrUI **
chains, thunco oast 40 chslna. ,,   ,.,...
Dslivil March 17, Hill. QBO. tt. I--" *
I'ub. April 22. Numu ll.nn.-rs. -.H���1
Skeona Land District���District ol Coall ll*"*'
Tuko notice thsl Annlo Miissslumi "' I'""1-"
Huport. 11. C, occupation marrn-��l wniiiaii. luti-nJ*
to upnly lor permiasion to purchas.- th.' ioUobtIbb
iloscrllied lands: .
Commoncn*- at a post plant.-.! si u post at in.
suuthwiet corner. 60 chslns essl Iri m K. !-��� c*,r,1*'r
ol Lot 1116, llsrvey's Survey. Cosst Iibi����1.
Kongo 0, thonce east 20 chsins. Ua-aOS n"'"1 *���
chains, tlience west 40 chslns. l hones snulh IV
chains, thonce east 20 chslns, UMBO, soulh -i
Shslns to point ot commonceniciu. cuntulnlnil lav
acres more or loss. , , ....
Dsted Msy o, 1911. ANNU. Ml SSALl.t-M
I'ub. May 12.
Skeena Land District���District ot I saalsr
Tak.   notice   th.t   I,   Thomas   MeM.i-l.in   ol
I'rlnce Rupert. U. C, occupation dark, mi.-iiJ to
upply  tor  permission  to  purchase ili��-  lulluwing
described Isnrts:
Commencing at a post plsnted shout two nilloa
auuth ol tho (orks ol the While and Kiel livers,
thonce north 80 chains, thenco Wl >"> chains,
thenco smith HO chains, ihenc.. wesl so ciiains.
Dated AprU 18, 1911. THOMAS IsteUBBKlN
Pub. Mas- 13. Francis 8, Preston. Agent
Skeena Land District���Dislrict ol Csssisr
Tske notice thst 1, Chsrlos L. Dclgroveol Slew-
art U. C, occupation prospector. Intend lo ��l'l'l>'
lor iiermlaaton lo purchase the tulloaiiig desenbed
Isnils:
Commsnclng; st a post pUnted sbout sn miles
south and ono mile west ol the forks of the \\ hits
and Flal rivera, thence south so chains, thenc*
essl 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thenee weat
Ml chains.  -����.,*.
listed AprU 20, 1911       CIIARLKS DELl.llllN L
I'ub. May 10. Franci. S. I'leaton. Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���Dlalrlci ol .'oast Ranis
Take notice that 1, J. Harold McKcan ol ������noe
Hupert, II. C. occupat on blscksin lh. inlend to
spply  lor  perm asloo  lo purcliss. the  lollowing
descr bed lands: .
Commencing si a poat planted sbout three and
mii'lisll miles d slsnt In s soulh w.alirlv dltecilon
from a blind slough Irom lllia.rva-.ory Inlet where
the aame touches the Ind sn K.e.-rv., thsnes *.el
80 chslna, thenc* south 80 Cia na. ihsnc. *sst SO
chsins, thenco north 80 chs is io pom ol com
mencement, eontsitiing 640 scr��-s more or MM.
D.ted Apr I 14. 1911.       J. HAROLD MeKhA
Skeena land District���District ol Casslar
Tak. notice th.t I, John llulieti t'accy ol Princ
Rupert, II. I'., occup.tion cook, intend to apply
(or i-emission to purchsse ihe lottoa-tni daaerlbed
Unds:
Comm.ndng st . post plsnt.-t aa Iwo miles
aouth and 21 twu milea weat of the forks ol lh.
While and Flat rivera, ttwnc ���ruth 80 chains
thence sast 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thenee west so cha ns. .    .    .
D.ted Apr I 20. 1911 JOHN ROIIKRT I'ACEY
Pul>. Mai- I J. Plane a S. Preston. Agen
Skeens Land DUtrlct���DUlrict r.t Cout Rang. S
lake not ce that I, Msnhs U-k, ol l-rlncs
Rupert, 11. Cv. occupst on msrr -d womsn luun.i
lo .pply (or permission to purchsse ths (ollowing
descrllved l.nd.:
Commencing .1 a post planted aliout thre* snd
one-hall mlhe dlat.nt in a southwesterly directloo
from a blind .lough (rom lihaervalory InUiwher.
tb. same tuuchm th. Ind an Reserve, tbenc* put
80 eh.lns, thenee south 80 chs ns, Ihenc* weat 8
chains, ihence north 80 eha na to point ol com-;
meneenient, conta n ng 640 acros mors or lea*. J
D.ted Apr I 14. 1911. MARTHA 1.1 I.lv
Pub. Mav 13. ,
Skeena Land District ���DUtrict ol Coast Rant.
Tak. notice thai Mary Uealon tahlersvcev. ot
Victoris. U. Ca, occupation housekeeper. Inlands
to apply tor permlasion to purchs.. th* lollowing '
deaall-r-d Isnds:
Comtnendng st a poat plsnled si lhe Boutbaesl
corner of Lot 996. Rang* 6. Cout i'istrlct.tl.et.ee
80 chslna south ther.ce 40 chsina eut. tbence 80
eh.lns north, thsnee 40 chsins west to point ol
ommencement. contsining 320 acres more or less.
MARY MEATUS UILDEHSLEEVE
Dated April IT, 1911.
I'ub. May 6.
Skeena Land DUtrict���Dislrict ol Cout
,    Take notice thai rr.-l W. Motiler ol KlUum-
i kalum, occupation larmcr. inlands to apply tor L
permiaaion  lo  purchase  tb.  (ollosrlrut  described
i lands:
! Commencing st s post plsnlsd at lh. north-
I sul corner ol A. Mela-sal's pre-emption, thenoa
20 chains aouth. Ihsnc. 10 chain, vat, thenc.. 20 :
chains north, thence 10 chslns wssl to post ol
commencement containing 20 acr*. mure or lass.
Dated April 10,1911. FltlKDRICII W. UOHLER
; Pub. April 22. Fred Hampton, Agent
' Skeena Land DUtrict���Disuict ot Cout Rsngs B
Tske notice thsl 1. Hell Hall Kenney ol Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, occupation married woman.
. Intend to apply lur i��T-ii*��ion to purchsss th.
following described Unas:
Commencing Bt s post pUnted si north *sst
i corner of T. I. Lol 3h.Via, ihenc* running weat 40
chslns, thence r.urth 80 chains, tbenos .est 40
chsins, thence south 80 chains to plec. of com-
menci-menl containing .l.'O acres more or leaa.'
My j.iist U nn south esst comer ot lsnd sppla-d
for, msrke.1 letters S. E., about one mil* west ol
< Lake lakelse, s-.utn side ol Skeena liver District
ol Cout Range 6.
I Dated April 29, 1911.      HELL HALL KENNEY
Pub. May 13. John Haverty, Agent
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000"
REST, - $7,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Every branch of The Can.idi.in Bank of Cpu.ii.ct re is equlpptd lo issue drafts on
the principal cities in the following countries without delay :
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5,
6 AND 7 EVERY DAY FOR
Africa Cret*
Arabia ( Cuba
Argentine Republic Pi-nmirk
Australia
Austria-Hungary
IM friii in
Bruil _
Huli-ana
CVvfan
Chili
Cam*}
I loll.*ml
Kcl.inJ
Inilir.
Ireland
Italy
"a pan
N.''*.*,y
Panama
lYraia
IV
Siberia
SiMitlan
Soulh Africa.
Spain
.V. .,-���. N.ttlr-.nTila
Jap*!
Ian
i Mam
grrpt
Faroe Inlands
Finland
Formosa
France
Fr'ch Cochin China M . ��� i
tierniany Manchuria
Great Hritain Mexico
The amount of these drafts is stated in thr money of the country where they arc payable j that is they are drawn in .sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, yen,
taels, roubles, etc., as the case nuy be. This ensures thut the payee abroad will
receive the actual amount intended. 233
J. M. Christie Manager Prince Rupert Branch
Philippine Island* Sweden
P.TtiiL.il S > -.-������!.,���!,I
H.'iimania Turkey
RUM* I  ��� .'���  I Malri
Off Via I'ruKU.iy
Han West Indie*, etc.
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
....Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
Wc linvi' Froth Lsttaea, Btrswbsrrin,
Ctikes, PsBChtS, Plums,
Apricots, Tomatoes and Green Onions
50c PER MONTH
To   RealdenL of Section. S, 6,  7 and   B--We deliver  promptly,
our goods are fraah. at price, not to be beaten in tha city   i  i
228 Use.
MUSSALLEM & CO.
r.iti Att. ssal al Mcts-ai,
i
I
I
H
'^OG^
SHERLOCK
HOLMES
The Greatest Fiction Character of the Century Come to Life Again
A Great Chance
FOR-
Daily ..
News ..
Readers
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has written two new adventures
of the famous detective for the Daily News.
I
a
Thc Daily News has joined a syndicate of leading nevvs-
���Kipcrs of t'niiiil States ami Canada to induce Sir Arthur Conan
Doyle thc author of the famous Sherlock Holmes stories���thc greatest
detective stories ever written���to give to the world two morc of his
entrancing talcs of the great detective's skill.
THEY WILL START
ON   MONDAY,   JULY   17th
The Adventure ol the Devil's Foot
-AND-
The Adventure of the Red Circle
Wc have re id these siories in the proof, and they arc up to the
high standard of skill thai the earlier stories set. We can say
no more.
Thc Daily News has secured the sole right of publication for
the whole of Northern 13. C. These storii-s can only lx* obtained
in thc DAILY NEWS.
They will appear in both the daily and weekly edition. They
will start in next   Monday's  News.
9
*iL
CIIDCrDIDC     FOR YOURSELF AND    FADIV
jUDjLK.DL   for your friends   L/uyLI
&o--tj*ooo<i
Stories Start in Monday's Paper
The Daily News
-fHE   LEADING   NEWSPAPER   OF   NORTHERN   B.C.-
50c A Month   -   $5.00 A Year
,. X THE   DAILY NEWS
H"-"
!!
LYNCH BROS.
ll    wm
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
li
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
t
H -aa.*l-eaa.** �����*��**^ ***** ���'���**. II**, II ���!. II at. !>����>.<iaa-aaifa.
= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTEO   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS   OK  WOMEN
I
���aafraaaj-aaaasjiaaaj it
-4
WE - HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range
4 NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
This is un excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel por-
tan, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Office
IK<u<li|uarters for cooks A waiters
I ll**SS**SS*l .^
���,    E.   EBY   Ch\   Co.=
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KIlSI'MK.M.l'.M - B.  C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The   t'rtncr   Rupert  Lodtce,   Nu.  SIR.  Son*  of
K-iK-.sin.!. meets thi* first and  third Tuesdays  In
���.. 'li ii. -.itli in the Carpenters Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK, Sec..
P. O. Box B12. Prince Rupert
Gasoline Launches,
Row   Boats
and Canoes
For Hire by Hour or Day
-BOATS Bt'lLT AND REPAIRBD���
H. Johnston        Cm* Creek        P.O. Bu 187
i 'HONE 259 mil IN
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooma
A FIRST   CLASS li.Ml   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER, jpROPRlETORB
The Nov* Knox Hotel is run on th. European
Flan.   FlrBt-cleas sen-ice.   All th. laStrst M.alrrn
mprovementa. -:���:��� HEDS tOc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Hhffffft*...f��,.ftkH**��B,*��|,��
t BOWLING, BSZS
S       4 Alloys. T Tables.    A Kood excr-
S        ns.-   A clean sport.   Laities every
a       afternoon.     Newman Block, be-
B        tvvren Clh and 7th Sts.
9  Ti-n mmrhIson,    Proprietor and Manager
A44444444444444444444444K
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladles of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
GRACEFUL SUMMER  HAT
Tin* smart chapeau shown in
the sketch is of navy liliu* straw,
trimmed with a shaded blue-and
wliiti* feather, anil is ili-sinnetj to
lit- worn with a toilet of navy
blue voile veiled with ruby n*d
chiffon, ciIkiiI with k<>I<I and blue
friii |<e.
pitch which we
Hampton's.
can recognize, ���
HAREM SKIRT CAUSES
DEATH
Lover Shoots Woman Dead for
Wearing  It on the Street
A trouser skirt caused a terrible
tragedy at Bucharest the other
day.
A pretty young nirl named
Vasslix Monroi appeared in the
street wearing tin- much-decried
garment! It was her first venture
mil she did it in a spirit of defiance
lfter a heated discussion on the
subject with Ignal JovtUiesco, her
fiance.
Unfortunately for the girl, she
met the young man, antl when he
lieheld her he was so overcome
with rage and indignation that he
shot her through thc head
The murderer, who was arrested, declared that he did not
regret his deed, as he could never
have married a woman who deliberately opposed him, while, on
the other hand, to live without
his sweetheart was impossible. He
hopes to be sentenced to death.
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
TO RENT
v'ottifurtublc ���!-roomed Cottage  in  sec-
'���'. 136.00.
1-lWmed Cabin in section 1, $10.00.
FOlTsALE
{���"U, block 6, sec. 6, $1400, half cash.
WIS 11 and 12, block 28, section 8,
. WM, halt cash.
WtJ 21 and 22, block 24, section 8, $500
pair, half cash.
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINCMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN  FOR  THE   MONET
J. GOODMAN. P.opri.lor
UR. NADEN COMPANY
S.cond Av
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
\ Rochester tv
T      Monroe
v Ladysmith
L--    ' ' Coal
V..   Phone ti s
NEED   NOT  GROW  OLD
Not Only is It Unnecessary but
Also Unfashionable
"Careful studies and measurements have shown that our time
of actual maturity and arrest of
growth in physical character, such
as height, weight and chesi girth,
is much later than formerly supposed. Instead of reaching, as
was at one time confidently stated,
our full height at 18, our full
strength al 2.1, and our full chest
girth at 25, .is a matter of fact we
continue lo increase slowly, i, is
true, i.i all these rescpects, until
35, 38 and eve.i 40 years of age.
"By living a healthful, active,
happy life and keeping up all our
interests, wc can grow and develop
and adjust ourselves and feel thai
we are growing until we are one
day iiiddenly dead, without ever
realizing in any distrissing or
painful way that we are growing
old at all.
"Already old age has gone out
of fashion. The civilized, educated
man or woman of seventy is
younger than the Savage of forty
or .lie peasant of fifty. What
with steady spread of regtilai
vacations and country or suburban homes and walking clubs
and golf and gardens antl automobiles and travel of all sorts,
those who would have been considered old once are now only
seventy or seventy-five years young
"Not only is there no daHnita
perjod in adult life or later life
when these so-c-illi-d senile changes
begin, but  then* is no period at
which   they  become  accelerated
or start to progress at a more
rapid rate than before. In fact,
the extraordirary paradox exists,
that what wc term old ;>ge is the
time of life in which we are growing
old least rapidly. The only thing
that makes it appear oihrr\*,ise
is that \\e have been steadily
growing old all our lives long and
the  thousand   Imperceptible  ac*
cumulations  have  mounted  to a
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
Special lines just received
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything for Ladles 8 Children
���"���TlirLsdlea' Store"
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
Sixth Street       Phone Black 184
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Etc., use
Robin Hood Flour
Kour Dealer Has li
*���*-*-*-*-* ���
TFRED. STORK
i -General Hardware���
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
Granitewaro       Tinware *>
SECOND - AVENUE
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &  LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
.���**.-.,
ITEMS   OF   a  a
SPORT
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDIT OKS
I,aw-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C., Ontario. Sas-
and Manitoba liars. katch.w.n  and Al
berta Ban.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Exchange block, corner Third avenue and
Hlith street. Prince Ruurrt. 8
WM. S. HALL. L.D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
, All dental operations skilfully treated. Ga. and
local anesthetic, administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Office.:
llela-er.on Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Oatmeal Gems
Soak over night 1 cup oatmeal
in a cup of cold water. In the
morning, sift together 1 cup flour,
2 teaspoons baking powder, and
a very scant teaspoon salt. Add
this to the soaked oatmeal and mix
thoroughly. Add 1-2 cup sweel
milk. Drop the hatter by spoonfuls on but lend gem-pans, and
bake 15 minutes in n quick oven.
Delmonico Pudding
Boil  together for 2 minutes  1
quart  milk,  2  tablcs-ioons corn-
SPECIAL
TODAY
Fresh Strawberries
..and Other Fruits..
..Fresh Vegetables..
FROM VASIION ISLAND
N.w Groceries N.w Provisions
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave.. neerfilhSI.
Phone I HI
s.arch, 5 UdileSDCOJIS sugar, and
2 well-beaten eggs.   When cool,
add  a  pinch  of salt  and   I   cup
shredded eocoanut.   Pour Into a
pudding dish, and bake In the oven
to a delicate brown color. Eat
cold with cream.
AI.-b M Mr.n.,.11 B.A.,     W.E Willinrris.li.A..I..I..n
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. Box ��
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
ii in. or wm. roxoN, 1 ay.. A.a.A.a.'iflN.. is.-.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly filled.   Prices reesonsble.
OFFICE- H. B. Rochester. Centre ML    Phon. te.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL DRUCOIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
The destruction of the Hamilton
Jockey Club's line grand stand
by lire will not interfere with the
club's August meeting scheduled
for August 12 to l'.i. None of
the other buildings were damaged
and a temporarily stand will be
ready by the appointed time,
This will be replaced for next
season by a larger and liner
struct un- than the old one.
, &     t$     r*Jj
Although the Gitlins bills, designed to make less stringent the
anti-race track gambling laws, are
pending in thi* Legislature.hiindreds
of telegrams have been received
by Governor Dix during the last
few days urging him to approve
the measure. The bills are in a
position in lhe Senate where they
can be taken up for consideration
at any time.
$     0    tj,
The troubles which have been
going on in the Royals management came to a climax when, after
the team's defeat a crowd of about
three hundred fans followed the
Montreal manager off the field,
making a hostile demonstration
with hoots and yells, but doing
no actual violence. IvlcC'affi-rty's
management has been much criticized almost since the opening
of the season, and the criticisms
have grown as the season advanced.
In fact, so severe were the newspaper remarks that recently President Lichtenstein wrote the official scorer, who is a baseball reporter, demanding that he either
cease criticizing or resign as scorer.
By the next day the scorer's resignation was in Lichtenstein's
hands, while all passes issued to
members of the newspaper's staff
were turned in with an intimation
that nothing of that sort could
be regarded as a bribe to cover
up deficient work by the management.
a a t
Of the performance of all athletes at the Winnipeg Scottish
Sports that of John McKachern
of the Y. M. C. A. stood out
above all others. He was a competitor only in the field events,
and won throwing the hammer,
putting the shot and throwing the
weight, and was second at tossing
the caber. In throwing the weight
he established a new mark for
Manitoba, when he threw the
missile 33 feet 1 inch, beating the
previous best of Duncan Gillis-
matle in the Canadian champion,
ships in \Vinni|X!g two years ago,
He won the individual championship, taking the Hotelkcepers' championship cup.
���a *,*, *���>
The swimming championships
of the British Kmpirc were decided
at the Crystal Palace, in connection with the Festival of Empire sports. As was the case with
the track athletics, the competition was open to the selected
representatives of the United Kingdom, Australasia, South Africa
and Canada. Only two swimimng
events were on the program, 100
yards and one mile. In the short
race the Canadian representative,
Cordon Johnstone of Ottawa, was
third. The mile race was won
by Canada, George Hodgson of
Montreal, covering the distance
in 25 minutes 27 3-5 seconds.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart, Thursdays and Sundays
at 8 a.m. Special fare on Sunday
boat. $9.60 return including meals
and berth.
... Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Hurbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
anil f-ir:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays und Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning    Thursdays    and    Sundayb
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
m
Famous Princess Line
S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Friday, July 14th, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Ag.nl
S.S.  INLANDER
a  a  a FOR a  ��� ���
HAZELTON
THURSDAY, JUNE  13th
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER A EMRALMER
STOCK coari.KTK rilONK 62
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
H. B. Rochester
Agent
w. j. McCutcheon
Carries complete stock of Drum.   Special
attention paid to filling- prescriptions.
!! Theatre Block phonr no. ts- Second An. . '���
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next to old office of Optimist, tell only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Best nude In Seattle. Fruit and Candy, wholesale and Retail. Leook for flash slur, at night.
SAM COWEN. Proprietor Phone 350
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All  orders  received   at   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
ADVERTISE  IN
NEWS
THE
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Ulock
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
���I. P. CADE. N. G.
H.  II.  MORTON, Sec.
ASK UNCLE JERRY...
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells BuililinRS       He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List Your Properties with  Uncle Jerry
Special  Bargains  in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands      Hulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands       Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
}a��8:��a3..^^
I
I
1
I
s THE  DAILY NEWS
ii
LLOYD-GEORGE CAPTURES
THE CITY OFJJIRMINGHAM
At the Hall Where He Was Stoned and Hooted Ten
Years Ago, Seventy Thousand People Sought
to Hear Him Last Week���Crowds Flocked Even to Catch a Glimpse of Him
anxious for a glance at the Chancellor, even if they were unable
Birmingham, England, For an
hour and fort) minutes on Saturday afternoon ilu- Chancellor of to hear him expound his scheme.
the Exchequer addressed a great When the most popular states-
meeting at Birmingham Town Hall man of the day drove up to the
on his National Insurance Bill. hall from New-street* Station he
A Great Contrast was loudly cheered by the enor-
.,.,       . . i ������,,.,  mous crowd which hail gathered
Ihe  mmi   created  an  interest        .,        ,   ,     , .
.        . , i .   ii   i outside, and when he came on the
and  excitement   seldom equalled        ,   '    , .,
,,,.,,,      ���   I,      11. Dlatform   he  was  met   with   a
in the Midland capital s turbulent ���"'*"  " , ,
,..,,. e ,      ,..v tremendous out burst of welcome.
political history''    Strangely dill- , "    , . . J
��� , , ihe   whole audience   rising   and
t-niit   on  Saturday  was  the  re- .     . ,    .
',     ,-,       ,, cheenna lor several minutes,
ception given  to  the Chancellor          "���
lo  that  accorded  to  him  when. Some Notable Phrases
during the Boer War he visited     Here   are   some   of   the   most
the same building. notable phrases of the speech:
Had Mr. Chamberlain himself I devoted three years' con-
been billed io s|K-ak in the town tinuous labour and thought to
lull! on Saturday afternoon, the these proposals, and hope to see
desire to hear him could scarcely the scheme an Act of Parliament
have been greater. Applications within the next three months. 1
for tickets numbered 70.000��� a am told ihat if it took three years
figure unprecedented in local his- ;��� preparation it ought to take
lory. The hall at a pinch ac- more than three months to pass
commodates comfortably some 3.- it, but if it took three years to
000. : build  a  house  it need  not  take
Throngs to See Him j three years in which to make up
Prom twelve o'clock the queues your mind as to whether it should
began to assembl . until at 1.30��� be bought.
an hour before tne time for lie-!    I  am asked:   "How can  they
girming���a solid phalanx of ticket-1 afford   4d.   a   week?"    I   reply,
holders six deep surrounded the j "They   pay   more   now   to
���nokt-.ir.cl dust Ih grimed hall.   In ! pawnbroker.     They   insure  now
the square Were thousands more, but in a most costly sad and heart
i!
a
l
l
l
l
"The News* Classified Ack
-One Cent A Word For Each Insertion-
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREKl'I.   LOOKING   OVER���
.a~a-^.a^..>^.*����a��waB|g
l**-^*****.-.-.***. "'- IS*.  > [ [
The Insurance People
EVEHV CLASS "I' INSVtUNCF..    11KT OIK KATKS
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone 160 Third Avenue und Fulton St
it	
iLost and Found       j
��� as**.���ai���...-.., -a.,..,,^... a *B��� -"*aT
FOl'Ntl- I'urso ointalninit a sum of money. Al"
ply Frinoiajliun.-rl Central Hospital.
KOUND-Eurelta Ch-atiiiiir an.l Pn-ssini* *' ''''
pany. Men', suits i-lsaned ind pt-SBStd 11.00.
Lmli.-s' suits pressed and uaanatf. Itry Hi-nn.
inirasppi-iiili.v.   ltiaim 13 Westenhsvsi  B
i vmT*f*p*v*M*f*At*Attt*fi6t*At*t****e* |
1
Over 10,000
PRESCRIPTIONS
j Have been dispensed by us j
j since we came to Prince j
I Rupert.   This is the best !
} testimony thut our  J
| DRUGS ARE PURE j
j and  that we are  j
| Specialists in Prescriptions ���
1 Everything that should be ..
i in an up-to-date druggists
( store  we  keep.     :    :    :
I
1
I    C. H..Orme    !
"THE PIONEF.lt DKtJOOUT'1
Second Ave. Phone No. 82
phono ml .IS. l.'I-ll'
LOST-SO price coupons i-o.ii, by tl"' 1* rrlesa
Studio. Thes,. coupons va ill la- aoi-cpt.-d I
prps.-nteJ befori' July 3rd at Ir"' I'.-'rl.'S
Studio. Aider Block. 141-1 IT
ilnii, .ii.na       a    'i   ��� "
For Rent
INDOOR BASEBALL TEAMS
KEEPING IN KEEN FORM
Establishment of League Now Means Addition of Several New and Strong Teams to List���Tonight
the Young Business Men Meet to Complete the "Pen-Pushers" Team
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Mclntyre   Hall,   for  concerts     rat.rtalnm.nts.    Do SWUV With this.      Patronize a white
j   dances, etc. Apply j. h. Roi-crs. i.h.nc 116. laundry.   White labor only at
Furnished   Citta-re.  modern  r.-na.-nii-ncs.  for
,    summer months.   Apply Mrs. alder, -;rd Ave.,
opposite News Oltlce, 147-180
Three-twin, lint  In Weatenhaver !!!.��������.. ii'' Pel
month: Mat In Clapp Buildlrur. SI'    "th.-r lists    .
and houses fumiane.1 and urifurritarosl.    Apply
Weatenhaver Unis.. phone lis'. ilT.vil _   ^. . ��� ^     e^^avaaa*.
Six-roome.] House to rent: modern ponvenlencea.   7
Fraaer St., Apply Director. Chen .vi C-. MM ) 0 A V ft Y II A T T 1
I Want.sl-Small house, furnlsh.-l or partly furn-   }   |J A  V Vi   I        11 \7  1  El L
Ished.   State terms tc Box K. Pnily New ll'-tf    .	
Fishinj? and Outing pleasures are doubled for those
having a     :     :     : :
KODAK
Instructions in Exposing, Developing and Printing���everything
pertaining to the Kodak-FREE.
We do developing and printing for
amateurs. Satisfaction guaranteed.    See us.
McRAE BROS., LIMITED
F.VEKYT1IINC,  FOR THE OFFICE
Comm.sllous houae. corner 6th Ave   ard Thompson St.. furnished or unfuniiah.-d.     I'h.-ne 2VB51
or P.O. Box IW8.
Stores and offices for rent. Applv Dr. Mrlnlyre.
Third Ave., phone erven fel. l.'a-tf
Neatly Furniah.,1 Rooma:  a-md ni.-*i preferre-l.
Apply Mra. Mullin. over *4aj.-*iic Theatre.
ID-lai
Phone 21*1 if you want to rent a Ites-aa, furnlahe.1
or unf urnlahed. corner tith A ��� ���-. an.l Thompson
Slrevt.   All nuxlern convent,-.ea
Cosy furni.hed rwima. Mr. H-.w-r. Somerset
Itiamis. Thlr.1 Avenue, brtvv.en Seventh and
Elehth. lIT-tf
I m.it and Fifth St.
Th. only hotel in town
with hot and cold water In r.asna Beat furnlahed houae north of
V.neouver. Rooma fsic
up. Phon. SI. P.O.
ii..a l-.r. :      :
Lively interest is continually
growing in indoor baseball. Last
night the boys of the Baptist
Brotherhood engaged in a keen
practice match, and from the zest
they showed in the game then
can be no doubt that they will
prove formidable opponents. On
almost every night in the week
now one or other of the teams
may be found occupying the "Diamond" after the evening's rinking.
As the players get more and more
accustomed to the conditions of
light and Bpace at disposal play
becomes more and more scientific,
and already a line sprinkling of
"star" players is beginning to
| scintillate amongst the teams.
Challenges from several new
teams now being formed are in
the air all over, and proposals
to start several more teams arc
being eagerly talked over by the
live young men. It is believed
that ten good going teams of well
balanced   merit   can   be  enlisted
in the league now being instituted,
Enthusiasts declare thai the
formation of thc League will bring
Into being very quickly even more
teams, for there can be no doubt
that in this indoor baseball game
the young men of Prime Rupert
have discovered a much-wanted
field for their energy after hours.
Tonight the postponed meeting
of those interested in the starting
of the League will be held. Although there is also a city council
meeting on, it is hoped that thc
Mayor will be able to fulfil hi.
promise to preside. The establishment of the "Pen-pushers" or
"Quill Drivers" team is one ol
the main aims of tonight's Hireling, and as many young business
office men in the city are too live
to allow themselves to be styled
"enervates of the pen" are expected
to throng the meeting and get the
team going in good shape.
ROYAL AND MAY     INVESTOR'S EYES
IN KEEN RIVALRY
ON RUPERT
Style, Fit.
and Comfort
This represents a combination very seldom found in
"Men's Wear." but a standard, by which Dr, Jaeger's All Wool Garments have won for themselves a
national  reputation.      :::::::
Huving just r.-r.-ivcil a complete stock of these  goods  consisting of
tin- following lines, we shall lie glnd for you to call and inspect them:
Pun-   Klniini-I    Shirts.
each 1.50
Purs Flannel Pyjamas,
suit 0.50
Light   Weight   Under-
\vr :ir.   nut        4.75
Light   Weight   United
Wool   Tiitfetu    Shirts,
Wool Taffeta Pvjamas,
suit 8.00
���
Medium weight United
garments, suit 6.00
Plain  grey  and  white
Coat Sweaters $3.00, 4.50
Plain grey Coat Sweaters,   navy    and   red
trimmings  4.50
Plain  grey  and  white
Polo   Sweaters	
 $2.50, 3.00, 5.00
Fringed Hugs from...
                 r. nn nn
Medium weight Under-
Fancy and Black Wool
Sox, 45c, 50c, 65c, 75c pr.
rending way."
You may say that they have
the poorhouse. Yes, bui let unsay this, to the honour of tin-
workers of this country, ihe last
, thing they pawn is their pride.
The Birmingham Chamber of
Commerce protested thai the
scheme imposed a severe tax on
the employer, li does nothing
of the kind, li is p.ot the employer
who contributes, it i- the industry
which contributes. Sitnil.-r outcries were raised against ilu- factory legislation and the Workmen's
[Compensation Act. These undoubtedly Were an enormous cost
to the employer in ihe first instance,   but   doe-   anyone   think
the employer pays that now?   It
waa all absorbed in the efficiency
of the workers, and an improvement in business.
a
We an not done with tigliii'is;
poverty and misery in thi- land.
Ten shillings a week i�� not much,
Inn it is enough to enable a man
and his family to pa-s the workhouse door with heads erect.
I would treat tin- man who
received rent or ground rent from
insanitary dwelling-���which kill
little children���I would treat him
as 1 would the receiver of stolen
property.   (Cheers.)
rS. ��. h^ i.aaieaai
���a^ittsi  l*B**aa.l|B**l   W**M*t
'~~'~~*~~t  OmanOaanOCXXlOBllGCKXXlOiyiXy
Help Wanted *
I
Tearher wanted for the Perl Simpson Public
School. Salary l.-.>t>.r month. Apply to John
Denne. Schorl Trustee, atatir ar attainments and
enclose l>-��llmonlala. IM-ISO
Want*,! to laborer*. Apply I'nc-.ic Coasl 00**
strurtlon Compsny. Digby l.land.       153-lM
Girl wanted, immediately. 1st ha-ht h<iu**ta-orl<.
Apply Mr.. D.Cohen. Phor..   i ISa*-lf
Miners 1,1:.'. Murker. B.isi. wanted at Hidden
Creek Copper Co.. Goose Ba>. Take S.S. Vadso
,.r Venture. ll-.tf
T��.. KO.-J Joiners wanted,
strucllon C..r
Porter Wanted
Aii-iv
struction Company, Die-by Island.
Pacific Con-
UMSu
Apply Tall..:  l!..onis. ind Ave.
Ill-tf
You'll be Late
Boarders Wanted
A frw  tmf homHlk-�� tvnm* chwip  to ��t��-ad>
rootnen.   Klntc C*��*rire> Hot**.. 2n��l Av��*u��*.
laiuw
Aa**aaaaa*aia,ie *���  n  re-all assil **> II 'laiii ��>  Has, i.e-a. r, e**ea��a s-*a.a ���
j     Situations Wanted     (
rM**-****a**S*eeS a. i. .i ii . .. . si ^ .1 ���* i.��> sBBBessa 14s
Position Wanted in real r.tate office. Small salary and commission. Fifteen year', espertene*
travelling for a ChlcM" whole..!* irmca-ry concern. Best of reference. Address answer to
J. L. La.ni*. T2-.-r.lh street. Edmonton. Alberta
n:--.*>
For the train, boat or that appointment if you haven't the correct time. We arc official wutch
inspectors for the G.T.P.. therefore wc keep all thc standard
watches. We do repairs and
have everything in jctvcllry.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
XXXXMXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXO
Men  Prepared  to  Back Their;Mr. Frank Scott. Treasurer of
Respective Boats with a Mon-1    G. T. P. Says Great Things
ths' Pay on Even Terms.
Between the officers and crews
of the two Ca P. R- steamers
Princess May and Princess Royal
there exists a great deal of rivalry,
due principally to the fact that the
steamers are now fighting out a
-irei.uoiisil.nl as to which of them j for the Grand Trunk and
are Expected of this City.
"In Montreal, in all the chief
lilies of lhe East, throughout tin-
West I have found a wonderful
interest in Prince Rupert," volunteered Mr. Frank Scott of Montreal, keeper of the official purse
Grand
lis entitled to the honors of being:Trunk Pacific railroads., who with
called   the    fleeter of  the  two. his wife arrived here today on the
About four or five days ago the iS.S. Prince Rupert.
Royal crew claimed that she had
broken the May's former record
by several hours.
Liter, however, the May got
in hers and the officers very kindly
and thoughtfully reiiionded everyone  who   jollied   them   at   being
beaten by the Royal, that they
had just made the trip at least
I hour and 3"> minutes faster than
the oilier vessel.
Before  the Skagway  trade  for
Sealed Tenders addressed lo lhe ur-denls-T-ed, |   a ;    ....... ���     ,. ���    . .       ���    ���. MM.,J
- i., this year is at a close it is ex|H*cteil
that the rivalry between lhe men
hich
en
the    Princess   Victoria   and    the
Princess Charlotte.   The men of
each vessel are prepared to back
anj andoraed "Tender fur Public lliiildm-r.  Chll-
llwaca. B.C.," will tie rev-el**.! at thia office unlit
 ~* ,,.r^.^-Mor��lay.j7yJllKI��ll.forll,ee��.-lhal   till*   rivalry   Ih-IWI*CI1   llll*   llll*
_        aaa   a                            I atrnetlon of a Public Building. Chllllwack. B.C.    j .. ... ,    ���, ���   ���   :.������.,������.,*,., ���.|,;,.
For   Sale                         ( ������"������-.������. snev-IPcatl.*n and fom of contract ran b. I Will become as llltcllSC as tll.1l Willi
J Mapn and forms of lend.r obtained at th* nfflee of                  ,          ���           ,.:.���.   ..���-.   I.. ........
        I Mr. Wm    llemler-Mvn, lle.ldent  Architect. Vic   iXIMCll   .1   sllorl   Utile   ago   llltWee
.��-m^.^.^-w^~~..--���*���..^^  Xnfit ��� ,.   ��� thr ,,���,, omw_ chllllwack. BC   ,. ....        v:,.,,,,:..     ,-,|     ,1,
and at thi. D-nartment.
Before buylnr your Mom or Rene* s*�� A. J.      ��'"��,*���"   tendennr  ar-   -wlllled ,hat    l.tvd.
.lalland. McllrideandliflllAve.     Cook stov.s   ����� *""<"* ���>��� c*��"i*,*L.-' ^Ji_.       ���   .,-.
fr<>m*ll I-.-lm pnnlrtl  forms  st|ppnr*rai  sn.1  sia-neii  wi.i.  1MB
artual airnatut-es. siatlne their Krupatlons and
Fir.t class ll.omins House, ten P-ntns.  house-   PUca-s of residence      In lhe caas ol llrmfc th.     ,    ���       , * *  . month's  OftV Oil
keepln�� .nd alnsle. newly furni.hed.     Price   ectu. sian.lute. the n.ture of the o��up.tlon. ; llll IT Sllip Willi  .1  IIIOIUII s p.l\   oil
;;...    F..r term. .p,.iv owner on p-emi^ ^J^' ,"J^'n~ <rf ~ch mmb" of "" even terms.   The two steamers are
III, vel Itoomlns lloua��a.   ���d a.,, 141-tf
"But," interjected the innr-
viewer from the News, "it is
alleged there is a good deal of
trepidation amongst investors in
th�� East regarding this city owing
to an imaginary unrest lure."
"Nonsense!" said Mr. Scott, "when
the Hydro-Electric Company advertised iheir stock they did considerable business. I came within
an ace of investing money in the
company myself."
Continuing Mr. Scott and his
wife expressed themselves as delightfully surprised with the prn-
gress made in the laying out of tin-
city.
BOMBARDED
WITH ROCKS
Something New
A big range of "Queen Quality"
and Uty & Dunn's shoo haw
����^.&.JE��RF^��SM|p<��tty evenly matched  for s,x-edjjust  arrived  at  Scott,   Froud &
They are all snappy model.
ays give satisfaction.
r_     .   ..   r-*,,,���i cheou* ��>n a cnarterssl  i-ans.  pavsos* Hi,!--..;    ........^    ......��..^..    .��.       ,..--..      
 s !^;vit.\oTn^^!'f^VVn^                  .aiurally   each   ship's   crew I Co.'s.   1
Business   Chances        WX*Xm1mm*^*l^t^ ��l,i"ks''"" ,l,lir crilfl h��s l1"-' *���* '���aIul a,wa
+ 1 ^^"CT^ffSU'V^^^'S^Si-'rf the other.                                    -
Westholme Co.'s Gang of Men
Imperilled This Morning by T
Shot Fired on First Avenue.
th* rl-a-rpi* will be rrtume.1.
t;.sa| money in Movins I'lcture*.     Wanled-A      The Depertrnent doe. not tend Itself to accept
pany to atsrt moving picture show In Prince   th.- l.sm ,.r sny lender,
lluperl    Writ* me for particulars.    II. Davis. By order.
W.terlown. Wi. lIT-wl V ���    I'I -lini III II-.
Secretary
^_ _^_���^.a-^r^.^^-*   Depatlm.nl of Public Work..
^^. ^~���~.���-~* Ottawa. June ��. llll
_ I      S'ea spsi-ers will not he paid for this adeerUse-
rire Insurance i n^m if tkey m**rt it without authority tm��
1   lh* DwMM r.'ii
FELL   DEAD   AT   PICNIC
Sloan & Company
Sole agents for Dr. Jaeger
Sixth Street
Alder Block
UJ2.
-4
The Working Man and The Salary Earner
. ,w'"'"-*nK man. or the man earninK a salary
atioultl insure Uie continuation of his Income by put-
tiriir aaiil.. vwU month  a  stated   sum.     A   Savings
provide ^^lll;.\n,lepe,nt,ent of ��11 olh" investments,
\.Ti..Ll'*mwlth��n   income   ia  his  old  age  equal
���S his proaent aalary
S��Ie Dtjo.it Bom For R����i
4 Per Cut. Allowed on Depotilt
Apparently without any warn*
ing or proper precautions having
been i;ikeii for the protection of
those in the neighborhood, a shot
\t.i- fired by a station gang on
First avenue wiih perilous and
spectacular effect this morning.
A pretty heavy charge had
been   loaded,   and   evidently   tin
blanketting  used  was  too light!
A number of workmen employed
by   the   Westholme   Lumber   Co.
were endangered.  Rocks aj d large
pieces of the blanketting material
were   Hung  over   .lllll   feet   in   all!
directions falling In a heavy shower!
around the men.
Two of the men were working
high on a scaffold at the time and
pieces   of   rock   Weighing   several
pounds -truck  lhe  boards of the
scaffold.    Wry  slightly  heavier
stones   might   have   brought   the
Structure down and hurt the men.
A  complainl   has  accordingly
been   laid   before   Chief   Vickers
by the Westholme  Lumber Co,
and the Chief i- Investigating the
matter.    The men on  the station
gang  say  that   they  culled
&   thai   tht   shot
blanket led.
TIIK llriti.h Union and National Kir* Inturane*
I'.-mi-a,.. of l/.ndon. |.na*land. with capital
of ti ���'��"���..'��' See u. for rate*. The Marl
Itealt v i   .  Insurance C.a-npan*.
The  weather  is  reported  clear
down the coast, except at TritWgW
where   it   is   overcast.     Triangle
Toronto  Man   Dropped   Down! sports  speaking  to the steamer
After Running a Few Yards      Northwestern   at   midnight   la��l
might.     The  vessel  was  then J��
latitude 59.44 and longitude 1-"-
"i   ti * rUr n�� inr rairn.      i nv  mmcx. ~ ******..       i     w^.     ^*m      t     ������ *m
It-mltv i   ,  :n��ur��nw (-���fntmrn-. T"-tf ���       W^    I      || /l    M   ImI
p;;.rET,:,r~~| A B ARb A1N
pa^SS^a*-a^aBBB**l ^.< ^��. a^.aaaa.. ^ ..^ea^..^.^ a
l-.t- for .-.'i-
force..
ISV
H. F. Mrllse * Co.
1T.I-IM
Sweder Bros.
Keg to announce that they
Inivi- t-ought out thc Interest nf Mr. Louis Kudnick
held in the firm of Kudnick
�� Binder, custom tailors,
etc., and hope to be favored with thc patronage of
former customers.   :   :   :
...Helgerson Block
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 12.���William McLean, an electrician employed at
the Toronto City Hall met his
death yesterday afternoon at a
picnic.   He had entered a race for
married men. but after running
a few yards, dropped down dead
on the track.
McLean, who was well known,
���������������- had been prostrated  by the heat
IOHN DYBHAVN !,a8t W(T,<- !l,H* '���'���* 's supposed to
P.O. Hox 75? Pattullo Block  have had something to do with his
��� sudden death.    The tragedy cast
a gloom over the picnic.
.���fc.5VT.5OTB! *<'��������*! ��*��� l��vel lots, with house, on
9th Ave., for sale as owner is leaving thc city.   Good  terms.
improperly
Do You
NKKIl SIlMK HCBin-
IU.INC, I-M1S Klin
YOUK OFFICK UBF.T
The Continental Trust Company, limited
SVXONIl AVF.NUB -.Hm,e t2ammfJ 4 ���
R1NCE HUPERT, i.e.
The   Limit"
Oh, Say!    isn't  that a swell
.line ���{ ohou that Scott,  Proud ft
Co. have uisl  Kot in?    Have you
I seen them?
Ideal Strawberries
A shipment Of fteah ri-H- strawberries from X'ashoii Island and
Hood River, Oregon, arrived today
for the Ideal Provision House
also new groceries, several kinds
of spring vegetables and fresh
fruits. If you would like some
'phone 190,
ELECTED OFFICERS
Local Scandinavian Society had
Meeting Last Night
The Scandinavian Society of
Prince Rii|*crt held its semi-annually meeting last night in Carpen-
ters' Cnion Hall. As principal
officers for the term enuling
I )cceml>cr 31 were elected: Mr. A.
ind  Mr.
We have   ii   stock
in Rootl bond ps-ier
VERY   CHEAP
THE DAILY NEWS
P1IONF. 98
Batter Pudding
One   and   one-half   cups   (lour,
sifted   with    1    teaspoon   baking i Aakerberg,  president
powder and 1*2 spoon nit.   Rub | John Dybhavn, secretary.   Next
| in 1  lablcspcon butter.    Make to | meeting will be held  in  the ( ar-
a batter with 2 beaten eggs mixed |H-nters' Hall, July 25th at 8 p.m.
\tiili   1   pint  milk.    Add  fresh or
dried fruit,
Steam one
wiib sauce.
according to choice.
hour,  and  serve  hot
TRY    THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
Latest Wireless Messages
Everyone in Rupert can receive
these. Here is one: Scott, Froud
& Co. just received two new
shiphu-nts of Ladies' American
Shoes.   Did you catch that?
I4d, southbound.
Mrs. J. C. McLennan and ��n
were passengers by the Princes.
Beatrice yesterday on the way
south for a few week-' stay Ul
Vancouver and Victoria.
At the Fountain
Ice Cream Cones 5c, Ice Ctoani
Sodas 10c, Sundaes 15c and 20c,
Ice Cream 25c pint, 50c quart--
C. H. Orme, Pioneer Drufflrist.
Phone 82.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank the many
friends for their kind attention
to our beloved father, P. ��v
Scott, and also to us in our afflK"
lion.
ROSE SCOTT,
LILLIE SCOTT.
-ALL KINDS OP-
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Muffs, Etc.
EXPERT WORKMEN     CHARGES REASONABLE
WORK GUARANTEED
VincoHm Fur Dresiing Company
ih-49 Granville St.        Van., ".i"
1843

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.princero.1-0227769/manifest

Comment

Related Items